Steelers vs. Giants final score: Isaac Redman stars in Pittsburgh win, 24-20

The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the New York Giants 24-20 on Sunday at Metlife Stadium.

The Steelers drew first blood in the second quarter with an Emmanuel Sanders four-yard touchdown reception. The Giants scored the next two touchdowns to go up 14-7, but allowed a Steelers field goal just before halftime. The Giants added two field goals in the third quarter to take a 20-10 lead into the fourth quarter. The Steelers cut into the lead with a 51-yard touchdown reception by Mike Wallace early in the fourth quarter. A Steelers fake field goal in the red zone was stopped easily on their next scoring opportunity. The Pittsburgh defense held the Giants on the ensuing possession and the Steelers were able to score a 1-yard rushing touchdown by Isaac Redman on their drive to finally retake the lead with 4:02 remaining. Redman would be the workhorse on the Steelers' final drive to kill the clock.

Fantasy studs/duds: Steelers running back Isaac Redman recorded career-highs in rushes (26) and yards (147) on Sunday and rushed for the game-winning touchdown. Hakeem Nicks had just one catch for 10 yards for the Giants. Eli Manning was not sharp throwing to Nicks or anyone else, going just 10-of-24 passing for 125 yards and an interception.

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Odds: The Giants did not cover the spread, as they were favored by 4.5 points. The teams did not clear the over mark either, which was set at 47 points.

For spreads on all games, go to SB Nation's NFL odds page.

Injury info: Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown injured his ankle late in the first quarter and did not return. Steelers running back Chris Rainey was injured on a kickoff return in the third quarter and left the game for the locker room with an apparent rib injury.

Next team on the schedule: The Steelers return home to host the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football, while the Giants will travel to play the Bengals next Sunday.

For more on this game: Head to Behind The Steel Curtain for a Steelers perspective. Visit Big Blue View for a Giants take.

This story originally appeared on SBNation.com.

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